Longform

A person looks over a newspaper filled with social media posts.

When the front page becomes the home page

Journalists’ and consumers’ relationships with news on social media

4 days ago

A person burns section two of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

2(b) or not 2(b)

It’s time to stand up for journalists’ right to cover and the public’s right to know

6 days ago

Photo illustration of one of the common symptoms of moral injury: guilt.

Moral Injury? Never heard of it.

Why don’t journalists know when they are suffering from a moral injury?

2 weeks ago

Digital collage by Lane Harrison. Images courtesy of the Dalhousie Gazette archive.

Covering campus

How student journalists can effectively report on their own schools

Nov 4, 2021

Many First Nations across the country used checkpoints and lockdowns to keep the novel coronavirus out of their communities as cases spiked elsewhere.

Inequalities contributed to COVID-19 surge in western First Nations

Isolated communites fared well at first, but experts say when COVID arrived crowded housing helped it spread

Jul 13, 2021

Jonatan Carette, who was moved from foster home to foster home.

Quebec's child welfare system is badly in need of repair

Shortages in resources for foster families lead to frequent relocations of foster children

Jul 6, 2021

Diane Fletcher-Falvey signing "round" in ASL.

Teaching hands to talk

If you live in Nova Scotia, Diane Fletcher-Falvey says, you need to know the sign for Tim Hortons

Jun 17, 2021

Burgers are seen on a calendar in this photo illustration.

From burgers to cruise ships

Ad sales down? Need to connect with your audience? Producing events is helping journalism outlets survive

Dec 23, 2020

A cellphone gets smashed in this photo illustration.

Breaking from the news

Journalists need to take breaks from the news – to preserve their mental health

Dec 21, 2020

A police cruiser.

When crime reporting does no justice

Journalists need to consider their relationship with police.

Dec 17, 2020